As humans we often learn more from our mistakes than our successes – and I suspect this is now ringing true for Uber boss Travis Kalanick after a video of him berating one of his drivers went viral.
Trends are always coming and going, but one that’s stuck around for much longer than most is the focus on workplace collaboration and engagement.
When it comes to using LinkedIn, I find the approach you’ve adopted for the professional network is, quite frankly, upsetting.
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